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mentioned, lower taxes. continuing quoting the "new york times," the mernlingsd company will save millions of dollars a year by moving not to one side of the pacific or another but by reincorporating in the netherlands. the article goes on to note that applied materials' tax rate twill will drop from 22% to 17% as a result of the merger. for a company with nearly $2 billion of profits in 2011 that amounts to a savings of about $100 million a year. mergers resulted in u.s. companies being owned by companies in tax haven jurisdictions like the islands, or the cayman islands are a new spin on the old inversion program and it's becoming an increasingly popular practice. the times article highlighted the following additional examples. last year, eaton corporation from ohio acquired cooper industries based in ireland for $13 billion. and then what did it do, reincorporated in ireland. the company expects to save $160 million a year as a result of the move. in july, omicron, the new york advertising group agreed to merge with its french rival roifl in a $35 billion deal. the new company will be b
requirement in the charter but it didn't tell you where that money comes from there has to be taxes in the in the meantime to come up with that money. so the question i would then prop is that prop a leafs unanswered is that where is the money going to come from and we shouldn't put ourselves on the hook >> supervisor farrell. >> thank you. the money isn't coming out of thin air but prop b this mauntdz that the city employees contribute 2 percent of their pay. and the city for 2008 matches that with one percent so new employees from as of 2009 two percent of their health care is being saved it's not coming from taxpayers in san francisco it's from city applies from the city and county of san francisco >> mr. murphy. >> sure so one of the troubling points of prop a there's a catch all in the amendment that the contributions of the employee and accident planned contribution by the city are insufficient to meet the requirements of the truth you fund the city is on the hook for the balance. which means in practical terms we have to cut from somewhere else or raise taxes. and the pi
is on the top right there. so the main entry and a large open stair taxes i know to the second floor. up to where the elevator is at any time like you want to come into your living room but it's going to be a community building it defrauds everybody from the neighborhood not just a sector. the staff building is off to the left. so the testing and treatment center is on the second floor it has a large lounge air. there's the receptionist desk and there are some staff offices and doctors office and the top facility is having a large lobby area towards the front that have social activities and social consulting rooms and a room for the staff at the rear >> are there any questions? >> we may have questions for you. we'll tank public comments. is there mingle by project sponsor? open this up for public comment if there's any? >> good afternoon. i'm andrea i'm the executive director there and we just wanted to firm our support for this great and exciting project and really building that combining all three of those project will bring clients and staff to help activate castro street and bri
fun stuff it's 32 1/2 millions and we've received many million dollars in new tax credits we've raised $10 million in private contributions to date from our mayors board and a if i other good friends of ac t. today, i'm to nouns one gift it's a $5 million equivalent from an awe moms duo donor. with those gifts our campaign is 6 and a half million dollars (clapping) arrest so we're getting close but we need hope kari and a allen told me to say that percent this is as picasso said it's first an act of distribution so bring down the hammer. next up my good friend and an awesome mayor, mayor ed lee (clapping) >> thank you well jeff and kari congratulations. i've just been allotted a tour with s o m and plant organizations to take a at the theatre. let me tell you it is transform active for this corridor. i know how hard supervisor wiener and kim and mark leno when we all had been thinking about how to reinvest in this whole life corridor on market street. we were waiting for moments like this. to truly signal a big transformation change along market street and k c e t strand is wonderful
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on america, the sooner washington will start getting things right. on obamacare, on taxes, on regulation, across the board. and so for that very practical reason, we need to make sure that the same rules apply to washington the same way they apply to the rest of america. now, let me come back to o.p.m., because what we're debating here is the nominee to head the office of personnel management, o.p.m., the bureaucracy that came up with this illegal rule. that nominee has pledged to continue to enforce that illegal rule, to continue to defend that illegal rule. also, o.p.m. to date has been completely unresponsive, stonewalling is the more appropriate term, all of my and other members' inquiries about the process they used to come up with this illegal rule. i've written o.p.m. several times. i wrote them immediately after their draft rule was issued. i wrote them very soon after their final rule was issued. and i specifically wrote them demanding all e-mails and other correspondence and other documentation and information that they had from members of congress, from leadership, from the ad
in sales and pay no sales tax. pretty good deal. we passed it rear here, rightfully so, a barb bill. the house won't take this up. it's too bad. so on these and other issues it's time for reasonable republicans to raise their voice here in the senate and, of course, in the house of representatives. there have been a troubling trend over the last three years, i've been troubled to watch these so-called mainstream republicans be marginalized by members of their own party. remember, it's not the marginal people that are being marginalized, it's mainstream republicans. even more troubling, moderate republicans have been complicit in allowing this disturbing trend to continue. it's no surprise when tea party extremists forced our economy to the brink of disaster or shut down the government for the sake of ideological stunts. we saw what happened. but we weren't surprised that the tea party did this. but i was surprised that sensible, mainstream republicans didn't speak up and speak up sooner. and that many didn't speak up at all in defense of reason and responsibility. think about that,
the bill you know i grew genuinely preoccupied with the dangers of bear at tax when hiking in the eastern woods. berries in the eastern united states don't attack very often but with respect to any individual italy has to happen once. i tried most genuinely a little concerned about the dangers and gratified to discover after the book came out that lots and lots of people all over north america share these concerns because i got letters from people on how to avoid bear attacks when hiking and the basic advice used to be go hiking with someone who can't run as fast as you can. there was one letter i got from a lady in new hampshire that pleased me and she told me when you are hiking out west in grizzly bear country and grizzly bears are very dangerous creatures, you should do wherever you go, first of all you should wear a little belt on your clothing because this alerts the bury your coming and you don't take them by surprise and a second thing they tell you you should do everywhere you go is look out on the ground in front of you for grizzly bear dunk and the way you can recognize it is i
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